Lucas Cranach poster part II: MYSPACE censured the pic as well!

Myspace deleted a 500 years old pic of Lucas Cranach!

YES, they did it indeed. Even MYSPACE did it – exactly what I had been criticized in a former post concerning the London undergraound company:

Lucas Cranach censured: see the MYSPACE post
and my former post here on Multiply

Myspace send me the message you can read below! They deleted a pic in my photo album which shows a 1532 painting by Lucas Cranach – a poster for an Cranach exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art. I posted the pic to point out an absurd case of censorship at the London underground where the poster had been banned (but the company apologized and the poster will be allowed, indeed!). Read more at my blog – the pic is still there – they only deleted it at my photos!

It’s absurd when you take a tour at myspace – there are string tangas, sado-maso, agressive female breasts pics as profile pics and more…


Myspace send me the following message:

We had to delete one of your photos

We had to remove an image (or images) from your account because they violated our Terms of Use. Our site is for people as young as 14, so we can’t have certain kinds of pics (nude/sexually explicit, violence, material protected by copyright). Find out more about content we don’t allow here. If you continue to violate our Terms, we may be forced to remove your account.

You may feel singled out, but be assured that we delete each and every one of these images as we locate them. If you find an image which you feel is in violation of our Terms, please feel free to use the ‘report image’ link below the image.

Thanks for your understanding.

MySpace Safety & Security

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